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AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE BAPTIST COLLEGE AT M'MINNVILLE 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of 
Oregon, that Henry Warren, James M. Fnlkerson, Ephram Ford, Reuben C. 
Hill, J. 8. Holman, Alexius N. Miller, Richard Miller, Willis Gains and their 
successors in office, are hereby incorporated under the name and style of 
•'Trustees of the Baptist College at McMinnville." 

Section 2. The said corporation shall have perpetual succession and shall 
have power to acquire, receive and possess, by donation, gift or purchase, 
retain and enjoy property, real, personal and mixed, in trust for said College, 
and the same to sell, grant convey or otherwise dispose at pleasure; pro- 
vided, that no part of the resources thereof shall ever be used for any other 
than educational purposes as herein contemplated; and provided further, 
that the capital stock of said institution shall not exceed one hundred and 
fifty thousand dollars. 

Section 3. That the said Trustees shall have power to contract and be 
contracted with, to sue and be sued, to plead and be impleaded in all courts 
of justice, both at law and in equity. They shall cause to be made lor their 
use a common seal, impressed with such devices and inscriptions as they 
shall deem proper, by which seal all deeds, diplomas and acts of said corno- 
ration shall pass and be authenticated ; and they shall have power to alter or 
amend the same at pleasure. They shall have power to form and adopt a 
Constitution and By-Laws for their government; to make and carry into 
effect all other acts that are necessary for the good government of said insti- 
tution, its officers, teachers and pupils: provided, that such rules and 
regulations shall in no manner contravene the Constitution and Bv-Laws of 
the United States, or of this Territory. 

Section 4. That said Trustees shall meet at least once every year, and 
shall manage the concerns of said institution as they shall judge most ad- 
vantageous to the cause of education ; that five of their number shall form 
a quorum at any regular meeting for the transaction of business ; that said 
Trustees shall elect one of their number to be Pressdent of the board, and 
when they mav deem it advisable to add to the number ot Trustees, or to till 
vacancies which have occurred by death, resignation or otherwise, the 
Baptist Central Association of Oregon, or the remaining Trustees shall till all 
vacancies. 

Section 5. That the President and Professors of said College shall be 
styled "The Faculty of the Baptist College at McMinnville," and who shall 
have power, with the advice of the Trustees, in accordance with the rules 
adopted by the Board of Trustees, to suspend or expel any student for mis- 
conduct, and to grant and confer degrees in the arts and sciences to such as 
may be entitled to collegiate honor. 

Section 7. This charter may be altered or repealed by any future Legisla- 
ture whenever the good of the public may require if, and this act shall Da in 
force from and after its passage. 

Passed the House January 29, 1858. 
Passed the Council January SO. 1858. 

IRA F. M. BUTLER, 
Speaker of the House of Representatives, 
H. D. O'BRYANT, 
President of the Council. 






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NAME. OFFICE. . RESIDENCE. 

REV. A.J, HUNSAKER President ..McMinnville 

J. E. MAGERS Secretary..,; 



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NAMES. RESIDENCE. 

REV. J. C. BAKER Salem. 

DAVID HURST McMinnville 

REV. E. RUSS 

REV. A. J. HUNSAKER 

J. E. MAGERS 

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JOSEPH BEEZLEY , The Dalles, June,1882 

REV. R. C. HILL Albany 

A. C.DAVIS McMinnville " 

J. N. DOLPH ....Portland, y^ f ....^Vo e - 

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ROBERT FOSTER " 

REV. J. H. TEALE Oregon City June,1881 

W.C.JOHNSON " 

JOHN RHODES McMinnville 

GEORGE. C. BELL McCoy 

REV. F. M. LONG Albany, 

HENRY WARREN McMinnville ! 



EXECUTIVE ZOABD: 

NAME. OFFICE. RESIDENCE. 

DAVID HURST President McMinnville 

A*JEfcJIC5§SiSi* Secretary 



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GLJ. EMACH\»<L President, 

Professor of Metaphysics, English Literature and History. 



J. A. C. FREUND, 

Trc fessor of Mathematics and Physiology. 

Misses CLARA SKINNER and ANETTA HATCH, 

Assis<ant Teachers. 



The place of a Teacher in Languages ha9 been supplied by the Teachers 
doing extra work. 



M MINNVILLE COLLEGE. 



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PBEPABATOBY IDIEIFAIEeTIMIIEIISrT. 

FIRST YEAR. 

FIRST SESSION. 

Euglish Grammar, Latin Grammar, Beading. 
Geography-, . Mental Arithmetic, 

SECOND SESSION. 

English Grammar, Latin Grammar and Reader, Reading. 
Geography, Mental Arithmetic, 

THIRD SESSION. 

Arithmetic, Latin Grammar and Latin Reader, Reading. 
U.S. History, ; ........... 



SECOND YEAR. 

FIRST SESSION. 
Arithmetic, Csesar and Grammar Continued, Greek Grammar, Algebra — EI. 

SECOND SESSION. 
Algebn — El., Ciesar, Greek Grammar and Reader, Arithmetic. 

THIRD SESSION. 
Algebra — EL, Cicero, Xenophon, Geometry. 



COLLEGIATE DZEZPAZE^THVLEZtsTT. 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 

FIRST SESSION. 
Geometry,; Virgil, Memorabilia, Roman History 

SECOND SESSION. •• ... 

University Algehra, Virgil, Herodotus, Grecian History- 

THIRD SESSION. 
University Algehra. Liw, Homer, Eng. Composition. 



m'minnville college. 



COURSE OF STUDY— CONCLUDED. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

FIRST SESSION. 
Trigonometry, Plane, De Senectute, Thucydides, 

SECOND SESSION. 
Trigonometry, Spherical, Thucydides, Tacitus, 

THIRD SESSION. 
Surveying, Rhetoric, Tacitus, 



Modern History. 
Modern History. 



Conic Sections, 

Mechanics, 

Optics, 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

FIRST SESSION. 
Elements of Criticism, Chemistry 

SECOND SESSION. 
Elements of Criticism, Chemistry, 

THIRD SESSION. 
Geology, Science of Government, 



French. 



Horace. 



Creek Drama. 
Botany. 



SENIOR CLASS. 

FIRST SESSION. 
Moral Science, Eogic, Greek Testament- 

SECOND SESSION. 
Political Economy, Calculus, Intellectual Philosophy. 

THIRD SESSION. 
Astronomy, Intellectual Philosophy, Evidences of Christianity. 



Analytical Geometry, 
Astronomy, 



Students taking this course and passing satisfactory examinations in all the 
studies laid down, will receive the degree of A. B. Those desiring, may take a 
scientific course, at the close of which the degree of B. S. will be conferred. 

In addition to the above course of study we have arranged an Academic 
course tor those who desire to teach. 



Alexander, J. H . . . . Independence, Oregon 

Archibald, Miss Flora Calama, W. T 

Baxter, Miss Clara. . . . Tillamook, Oregon 

Baxter, Miss Sarah . . . . " 

Beezly, Miss Alma The Dalles, Oregon 

Boardman, Harry . McMinnville, Oregon 

Carlin, Miss Mary " 

Carey, Miss Anna '. " 

Carey, E 

Cache, F 

Clark, J. W 

Clark, J. B 

Clark, G. C 

Cook, J " 

Collard, H Wheatland, Oregon 

Connor, W. E Perrydale, "-' 

Craven, S. A Monmouth, " 

Crowly,J. F Eola, j*. 

Davis, Miss Lucy L .Bellevue, " 

Derby, W McMinnville, Oregon 

Durham, P. H. . 

Durham, J. E " . 

Hatch, Miss A .. u 

Hembree, Miss Rosa " 

Hembree, Walter a 

Hembree, L " 

Hibbs, Miss A. . .St. Marys, W. Y 

Hibbs, F McMinnville, Oregon 

Hibbs, W 

Hughes, T 

Hendrick, Miss L . . . Wheatland, Oregon 

Hunsaker, Miss Lenore. . . McMinnville, Oregon 

Hunsaker, Miss Lulu " 

Hunsaker, Miss Lora " 

Hunsaker, W " 



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Hurst, W " 

Hurst, E 

Hurst, L 

Jones, Miss May u 

Loughary, Miss Susie '. " 

Loughary, J <k 

Lehman, Miss Milie Oakland, Oregon 

Lock* , W Independence, " 

Lynch, Miss Minnie McMinnville, " 

Maddock, J. H Heppner, " 

Magers, Miss lone Dallas, " 

Martin, Miss N Lafayette, " 

McDaniel, i\iiss Bessie Deny, Oregon 

McDaniel, H 

McDaniel, N u 

Nelson, I McMinnville, Oregon 

Nelson, Miss Katie " 

Owen, G. H 

Offield, W. H Randolph, Oregon 

Powell, Cayugus California 

Rhodes, B. F McMinnville, Oregon 

Rhodes, M. D. L 

Rogers, F " 

Russ, E " 

Sanders, B. E Amity, Oregon 

Sanders, A. M " 

Selph, E. E Corvallis, Oregon 

Shadden, G McMinnville, Oregon 

Skinner, Miss Clara " 

Skinner, Miss Ida " 

Skinner, O " 

Smith, J. H Liverpool, Oregon 

Smith, Charles Dufur, " 

Smith, Miss A Brownsville, Oregon 

Smith, Miss 1 " 

Snelling, Miss A McMinnville, Oregon 

Soper, J Goldendal^, W. T 

Storey, Miss C. B Tillamook, Oregon 

Storey, Miss E. J " 

Todd, P McMinnville, Oregon 

Todd, G. W..". 

Todd, A Forest Grove, Oregon 

Worthington, S. R . Elkhorn, " 

Warren, E McMinnville, Oregon 

Wright, Miss E " 

Young, Miss A " 



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MoMimrriiiiiB wiamm 

Is located at McMinnville, Oregon, fifty miles South of Portland, on the 
Western Oregon Railroad ; is easy of access from all points of the State and 
Territories. On reaching the town the College buildiug can be seen from 
the depot. 

HEALTH AND DESIRABLENESS OF THIS LOCATION 

The valley in which our College is located has a reputation throughout 
the State for health and beauty, and the Town is as favorable for school pur- 
poses as any that could be selected in the State. It is well supplied with 
churches and prosperous Sabbath Schools. 

THE AIM OF THIS COLLEGE 



Is to be first class in every respect, to do good and thorough work. Without 
such a College we cannot meet our high obligations and enjoy our high priv- 
ileges. 

Children will learn, and an irreparable injury will be done to them and to 
society unless that learning is directed to worthy objects and aims. 

The demand is imperative. We must have a College to which we can 
send our children for a thorough course of instruction , morally and intellec- 
tually. 

We dare not ignore the fact that a trained mind not properly directed in 
morals is a very dangerous thing. For this reason one object of McMinnville 
College will be to regard the truths of the bible and teach upon the principle 
i hat men are moral beings. We do not believe that a student is fitted to fill 
the high places of society and discharge his obligations to his God until all 
of his faculties are rightly developed. 

As will be seen from our course of study laid down in this catalogue, we 
aim to leave the learner deficient in no branch that is usually studied in our 
best Colleges, or that will best fit the student for a useful life. 

ACCOMODATIONS. 

All who knew of our school in the past knew that we woe deficient in 
many needful things. Our building was not suitable, our library amounted 
to but little, and we had no apparatus at all. But now our new house is in 
process of erection, will be ready for school the corning year. The President 
of the scliool has gone East to procure books and an Apparatus for the school. 
We purpose to have the best conveniences that can be offered. 

Another regular teacher is to be added to the faculty this year, and 
more time shall be devoted to each class. 

Every effort will lie made to induce the student to make the best possible 
use of his time. 

The government of the College is simp] ', every student is required to act 
as becomes a lady or gentleman. When this requirement is not meta speedy 
remedy will be sought in removal, 

EXAMINATIONS 

Will be held at the close of each term. 



M MINNVILLE COLLEGE. 



SOME REGULATIONS. 

The College exercises are opened every morning by reading the Bible, 
singing and prayer. 

All students are required to attend these exercises. 

Stndents are also required to attend divine services at least once every 
Sabbath. 

No student hereafter, who attends this school will be allowed to belong 
to any organization that will hinder from his studies. 

Students will be strictly forbidden to attend any gatherings, entertain- 
ments, or be out ol nights, except on special permission from parents and 
teacher. 

COLLEGE SOCIETY. 

A Charter for a College Literary Society is being prepared, and the com- 
ing year special efforts will be made to have the best Society that can be made 

LIBRARY. 

As is already mentioned, the President is now making an effort among 
Eastern friends to secure at least 2,000 volumes, and to all these, students 
will have access free. 

EXPENSES. 

The College year is divided into four terms of ten weeks each. 

TUITION IS AS FOLLOWS: 

In Primary Department, Per Term $ 5 00 

In Academic " " " 7 00 

InCollege " " " 10 00 

Tuition to be paid quarterly in advance. 

BOARD 



Can be had in private families at $2 50 to $4 CO per week. 
In elubs students can and have boarded much cheaper. 

CALENDAR— 1881— 1882. 

The College year for 1881 and 1882 will be^in the first Wednesday in Sep- 
tember, 1881, and close the first Wednesday in June. 

For any information not given in this Catalogue, please address 

G. J. BURCHETT, 

McMinnville, Oregon, 
And your wants will be promptly attended to.